Individuals wishing to present a paper, organized panels and roundtables, film and video documentaries and news media clippings/exhibits, or poster/photo exhibits must submit a 250-word abstract and 100-word biography. Organized panel proposals or roundtables must include a general title, a 250-word abstract and a title of each paper, as well as 100-word biography of each presenter forming the panel or roundtable. Please submit your abstract directly online: http://tinyurl.com/ox6oeo2. We also invite filmmakers or producers to submit video documentaries as well as those who wish to present materials in support of their organizations and/or causes, that are directly related to refugees and other forced migrants, to request space on our conference display tables. Please submit a brief outline of your organization and what materials you wish to have included on your display table and whether you will have someone available to answer conference participants’ questions regarding your organization and/or your cause and/or campaign.
BOOK LAUNCH: Redress Schemes for Personal Injuries- Sonia Macleod and Christopher Hodges, CSLS
Join us for the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights Welcome Event, 22nd November 2017
Researchers from the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies present results of extensive drought and water scarcity project